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Mosby MSN 9th ed. pg. 835

Decreased or absent peripheral pulses PAD
Capillary refill >3 seconds PAD
Ankle-brachial index < 0.90 PAD
Edema absent unless leg constantly in dependent position PAD
Loss of hair on legs, feet, toes PAD
Ulcers on tips of toes, foot, or lateral malleolus PAD
Ulcer is rounded, smooth, looks punched out PAD
Minimal wound drainage PAD
Black eschar or pink granulation present in wound PAD
Ulcer may or may not be painful PAD
Intermittent claudication or rest pain in foot PAD
Brittle, thickened nails PAD
Dependent rubor, elevation pallor PAD
Thin, shiny, taut skin PAD
Cool, temperature gradient down the leg PAD
Dermatitis rarely occurs PAD
Pruritus rarely occurs PAD
Peripheral pulses present but may be difficult to palpitate with edema PVD
Cap refill < 3 secs PVD
Ankle-brachial index > 0.90 PVD
Lower leg edema PVD
Hair may be present or absent PVD
Ulcer near medial malleolus PVD
Irregularly shaped ulcer PVD
Moderate to large amount of wound drainage PVD
Yellow slough or dark red, "ruddy" granulation PVD
Dull ache or heaviness in calf or thigh PVD
Ulcer is often painful PVD
Nails are normal or thickened PVD
Bronze-brown pigmentation PVD
Varicose veins may be visible PVD
Skin thick, hardened, and indurated PVD
Warm, no temperature gradient PVD
Dermatitis and pruritus frequently occur PVD
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